Why I Am running:

I am an Arizona native & I’m running for Phoenix city council district 6 because it’s time for residents to have a council member that comes from a working-class background who will put the needs of other fellow working-class citizens first! For too many years the establishment mayor and city council members have ignored the problems that plague our community such as homelessness, drugs, policing issues & the lack of transparency & communication between residents & their elected officials. District 6 & the rest of Phoenix is on life support and needs an independent minded council member who will step up & speak the truth & fight for what is right when no one else will!

On the issues:

Prevent useless spending

This will be done by opposing any spending that doesn't help the city Immediately! Pet Projects from the mayor & city council are costing the city too many valuable resources that can be used to revitalize economically depressed areas of phoenix & to address the massive homeless problem that plagues District 6 & the rest of Phoenix.

Increased Transparency & a Stronger Relationship with District 6 residents

Residents have a right to know what goes on in the city & what their elected leaders are up to! Many residents I've spoken to in District 6 & around other parts of Phoenix are unaware of who their elected officials are or what city ordinances are being proposed due to weak communication & lack of transparency between residents & elected officials. As your next council member, I will make sure I will keep residents constantly updated on what's going on in the city council.


Crime & policing

The crime in Phoenix has seen a very sharp increase, & there are many things we can do to help curve crime while repairing the broken relationship between citizens & Phoenix PD, the fact is that a healthy relationship between Police & citizens plus Safe Neighborhoods equals a prospering city but a broken relationship between citizens & police equals Unsafe neighborhoods which leads to the downfall of a city. here are some things I propose to make sure we have a safe & prospering district while holding our police accountable at the same time:


  • encourage more Police & citizen events to help citizens and police become more familiar with each other & to help ease any tensions between the two groups

  • Help establish & encourage more neighborhood watch programs to assist with crime prevention

  • work with local schools in district 6 to expand afterschool programs to prevent the youth from getting involved with crime

  • Allow & encourage neighborhoods to get a privatized police force if they feel that Phoenix PD alone may not be enough to help with keeping their neighborhoods safe



Cryptocurrency

Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the USA & one of the fastest growing cities in recent years, it's time we implement cryptocurrency into our city similar to Miami. I want to propose policies that would allow things such as Traffic tickets & other city related fines/fees to be paid with cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, dogecoin, Shiba Inu etc. Allowing the use of cryptocurrency in phoenix will help boost our economy & allow us to be a hotspot for Blockchain technology so that we can be a part of the next great change in currency.

local business friendly


For too many years the mayor & city council have made it very hard for local businesses to prosper, as your next councilman I will "Cut the Red tape" meaning I will push for less regulations & I will oppose any policies from the mayor & council that stunts the growth of local businesses. Our local businesses are the heart & soul of Phoenix, and they should be prioritized over corporations.

Addressing homelessness

As we seen this year & last year, we have seen a massive increase in the homeless population & obviously this is not a good look for our district & the rest of the city! below are my proposals to help address the homeless problem in a pragmatic & humane way

  • Increase access to local mental health services

  • Expand local apprenticeship programs to help the homeless develop skills to find new jobs

  • Increase the number of homeless shelters & convalescent homes in District 6

  • Ease regulations to allow private companies to provide affordable housing